To have the authority to move around when everyone else is locked down is something. Times like these, I prefer to be out there being of service. If this is war, I’d like to be on the battlefront. These are ambagan days. Besides, nobody wants to be ECQed this long. Being part of the government’s […]Read More NOTES FROM MANILA’S EMPTY STREETS
If you are an Enrich Magazine reader you might find me on page 79 of this month’s issue — very miniscule in the background. Or you might not. Earlier today, I received a surprise message from Rose Castillo of the Isabelita Rosueta Organization (IROG). She texted me about our outreach program last October which was […]Read More OF CHARITY AND PHOTOGRAPHY
The night before the Taal Volcano eruption, a huge fire broke out at the Legazpi Tower, right across our office building. I joined the crowd of firefighters and usiseros hoping for a photo-journalistic shot of the chaotic scene. I, the social mediaman. Unfortunately, no shot was up for keeps. Not even a facebookable one. I […]Read More OF CALAMITY AND PHOTOGRAPHY
I’m taking the annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk (SKWWPW) in Paete, Laguna on Saturday, October 5, 2019. Photographers, street photographers, travel photographers, amateurs, pros, hobbyists, or simply looking around. If you are somewhere near, this is your chance to photowalk the place. Paete is a good place for photography. An artisan’s realm. The Carving Capital […]Read More THIS MESSAGE WILL SELF DESTRUCT IN FIVE DAYS. PHILIPPINE TIME.